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Federico Amoroso - Skarn Remixes Part 2
Federico Amoroso
Skarn Remixes Part 2
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Skarn Division)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hot on the heels of Skarn Division's successful launch in December of 2016 and its inaugural, well-received four-tracker Skarn which featured an original track and 3 remixes from Positive Centre, Plukkk and Yuuki Sakai, Italy-based label founder and author of the original work Federico Amoroso has made an indisputably wise decision and commissioned 5 more remixes to be produced by the stellar representatives of high quality techno discipline. Needless to say, when you bring together the heavy-hitting and well-established Takaaki Itoh, Stingrays, Lucindo and Paul Birken who have it for a principle to bar no holds when it comes to production, you can expect a rather strong output, but even DJ Surgeles, who is normally known for contemplative, leisurely-paced deep space vibes has turned quite mean and put forth a kind of stomper that has the potential to wreck some serious havoc on the dancefloor full of action-ready technoheads.
Federico Amoroso - Skarn Remixes Part 1
Federico Amoroso
Skarn Remixes Part 1
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Skarn Division)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The original track is an industrial and distortion experimental project of the owner label Federico Amoroso which contain a really metallic and dark sound. Positive Centre his remix it's a Dark walk into Industrial noise and distortion audio bites, with ambient moments and powerful destroy counter. The first track of B side it's remixed by Italian producer Plukkk which heavy dominating with relentless attitude and distortion driving kick - drum, with big impact for the dancefloor. The last remix is a collaboration with the Japanese producer Yuuki Sakai which has an original idea to add a lyrical singer in the middle of distortion broken techno beat.
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